October 21, 2013 Subject:
Zero Tears up the maritime
Great Zero sbd. Awesome set list. Zero owned the Maritime at this time.Awesome from the start to end.A+
September 17, 2013 Subject:
Like sands through the hourglass, we lost another good one, and must rely on memories of good times and moments in time, where musicians made us feel how lucky it is to be alive. I remember some of those moments of when i was listening to absolutely nothing, zero that is.
p.s. this version of golden road is unbelievably, riduculously, f__ing off the hook, nutso. five stars because of that, and because of Judge Murphy and what he did to revitalize Zero in the 90s.
September 16, 2013 Subject:
One of My Favs
Saw it. Filmed it from the floor. Loved it. Miss ya Judge!
September 8, 2006 Subject:
This show is pure magical ear candy! Wow! There may never be a band as smokin' as Zero! Sound and playing are off the charts on this one!
November 17, 2004 Subject:
This is a nice SBD!!
This is a GREAT sounding and very well played later day ZERO show. There truly isn't a whole lot more you could want out of a Zero show (except that there continue to be more of them). Forever is Nowhere opener, La Fiesta, and a very rarely played Eight Below Zero in Set 1. Set 2 opened up with a gorgeous Cole's Law, a huge Gregg's Eggs sandwich, and Golden Road to close. The highlight of the show for me is arguably the greatest version of Can't Keep a Good Man Down that Zero ever played. Kimock's solo in this is truly amazing.... it is uplifting, fluid, and is impossible not to make you smile upon hearing it!!! This solo truly must be heard if you are at all a fan of Kimock's music!! I've literally probably listened to that version of CKAGMD over 50 times over the last 5 years, and can't get enough of it.
As for the recording, this SBD is a significant upgrade to the audience recording that I had. All instruments and vocals are clear and up front in the mix.
This recording may not be perfect, but it is damn good, and this show is a must for any Zero fan.